Cokaliongs Venturing the Hospitality Business at Land

2014-09-22T11:55:53+08:00 September 22nd, 2014Newsbreak

Cebu’s influxes of tourists and vacationists have been remarkably stunning paving way to the numerous hospitality structure emergence from the core to the outskirts of the city. Recently, a well known business maker, the Cokaliongs have ventured into this business to capitalize on the city’s progressing tourism industry again in a different blueprint after 48 years of textile commerce and 25 years in sea business.

Bayfront Hotel Cebu

The commercially-famed family inaugurated the 168-room Bayfront Hotel on Kaoshiung St. in the North Reclamation Area, Cebu City. The said edifice is meant to complement the family’s ongoing shipping trade which has been growing beneficial and instrumental for a stretch of time. Bayfront hotel serves to redefine Cebu’s tourism as it will cover the leisurely advantage of its proximity to the ports of sea and air as well as shopping and business areas.

The hotel’s room rates range from P3,000 to P6,000 and are configured into various class: Standard, Superior, Suite and Barkada rooms. The establishment houses also an all-day dinning bistro that serves home and international cuisines and delicacies, a 7-eleven convenience store, amenities like gym, function rooms, and guest rooms. The Cokaliongs are confident of their efficiency to replicate their untiring service, commitment, vision, quality, and momentum of dedication to the people.

Bayfront Hotel is just remarkably on the right timing with the redevelopment of the Mactan-Cebu International Airport as the city will be hosting the APEC ministerial meetings in 2015 and International Eucharistic Congress in 2016 where there will be a bulk influx of visitors and participants of the aforementioned events to pursue.

Charlton Cokaliong, the company’s managing director disclosed the significance of this business as of paramount relevance and interest. He said they are eyeing more hotel projects in the future including in areas where their shipping business makes a port of call.

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